HM Properties Reveals One-of-a-Kind Luxury Residences in Opus Myers Park

HM Properties has been engaged by Jim Gross Company to represent a very special new condominium development in the heart of Myers Park called Opus Myers Park.

Opus Myers Park

Charlotte, SC – June 23, 2017:  The premium residences of Opus Myers Park will be sited at one of the most iconic intersections in Charlotte at Queens and Providence roads just behind the Myers Park Public Library. The address is 1333 Queens Road.

Opus Myers Park consists of five separate steel and concrete buildings enclosing a gas-lit mews reminiscent of European pedestrian streets with a cozy, intimate feel. The mews will meander through the development and connect Queens and Providence roads.

Consisting of 24 residences, each will feature spacious, open plans with 2, 3 or 4 bedroom layouts and 2.5 or 3.5 baths. Homes will range from 2,630 to 3,262 total square feet and include one or two private terraces. Each unit will also have two designated, secure underground parking spaces.

Opus Courtyard

Opus Courtyard

With private elevator access directly to each foyer, residents will not have to share elevator lobbies, hallways or common walls between units.  Some of the premium features in each unit includes 10 foot ceilings, 8 foot casement windows, high-end finishes, a linear gas fireplace, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, “smart phone” home operation, two mechanical units, whole home “insta-hot water”, hardwood flooring, and a smart, muted contemporary feel throughout.

Created by Jim Gross Company, Opus Myers Park has been crafted by the same hands that designed Dilworth Crescent,  Carmel Crescent, Kenwood Myers Park and Kenwood Cottage Place.  “Opus represents a dramatic raising of the bar for condominium living in Charlotte. Nowhere else in the city can every homeowner have truly private full floor living with direct access to the elevator and no common hallways or walls,” said Jim Gross, the creative force behind Jim Gross Company.

Residences are priced from $1,250,000 and completion is scheduled for November 2018. For a sneak peek tour click here.

“Opus Myers Park is perhaps Jim’s most visionary development,” said Valerie Mitchener, owner/broker of HM Properties.  “There is nothing like it in the Charlotte region and it offers buyers a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a premium home in an extraordinary location.” HM Properties is overseeing sales of this development and Thomasson Construction is the general contractor. For more information, please contact Valerie Mitchener.

We look forward to featuring this new condominium development in an upcoming issue of Luxury Home Magazine of Greater Charlotte!


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Interesting Information about Charlotte, NC

The City of Charlotte is the heart of North Carolina’s largest metropolitan area and the country’s second largest financial center. Such financial giants as Bank of America and Wells Fargo are headquartered here. It is nicknamed the Queen City in honor of Great Britain’s Queen Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. The City of Charlotte and the seven counties surrounding Mecklenburg County offer a wide range of home choices: from timeless Georgian Colonial-style to English Tudor homes, luxe town-homes and condominiums in the city, to luxurious country estate homes and contemporary homes in prestigious golfing communities.

Surrounded by grand oak trees and sidewalks that line the residential streets. Charlotte is a diverse community with visual art museums and galleries, a vibrant nightlife scene with live music venues, an epicurean-laced restaurant scene, and a slew of award-winning craft brewery’s, along with a host of professional performing art venues including Broadway productions, the Charlotte Symphony, Opera Carolina and Charlotte Ballet. For sports enthusiasts, Charlotte is the home of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFC), the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the NASCAR Hall of Fame and its big brother: The Charlotte Motor Speedway.